Review: “Steel Country” – Atmospheric, Uncomfortable, Tension-Filled

Steel Country is atmospheric, uncomfortable and contains an underlying tinderbox tension throughout...
Posted On 11 Aug 2019

Review: “A Private War” – A Mainstream Political Thriller With All The Gloss Rubbed Off

For all its biopic pretensions Heineman has directed a mainstream political thriller with all the gloss rubbed off...
Posted On 08 Aug 2019

Review: “The Collector” – Boldly Brave & Quietly Uncompromising

Few directors have jumped between genres without effort, but for Wyler his genius lay in the ease with which he achieved this...
Posted On 08 Aug 2019

Review: “On The Basis Of Sex” Pushes Back At The Old Boy Network

What this real life dramatisation does is remind audiences of that essential tenet, whereby everyone has earned the right to be treated equally...
Posted On 22 Jul 2019

Review: “Coming Home” Remains Roguishly Relevant

Rarely has a film had more relevance, proven pertinence or reflected cultural unrest with such subtlety than here...
Posted On 22 Jul 2019

Review: “Mary Queen Of Scots” Is Sumptuously Realised Yet Lacking In Punch

The film features verbal sabotage, political machinations running rampant and a character driven piece which at heart revels in human weakness...
Posted On 02 Jul 2019

Review: “Track 29” – An Idiosyncratic Overindulgence

Director Nicholas Roeg and screenwriter Dennis Potter mix British sensibilities into a Deep South locale making everything feel off kilter from the outset...
Posted On 24 Jun 2019

Review: “Colette” Sumptuously Brought To Life By Actor & Director

If Colette could be classed as a period drama then it is one which redefines what such a genre is capable of achieving...
Posted On 19 Jun 2019